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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by culinuthiast, Sep 14, 2010.
(and Ed Buchanan has no say on this one! I'm fingers-crossed)
I'm not quite sure what you're asking.
There are three forums reserved for professionals in the food service industry. Non-professionals are certainly welcome to read those threads, but are asked to refrain from commenting in them.
All the other forums are open to both professionals and non-professionals, and, indeed, serve to connect the two.
If by "non-professional stuff" you mean off-topic, that's what the Late Night Cafe forum is all about. That's where we chat about everything under the sun, so long as it doesn't involve food and cooking.
Non-professional stuff goes in any of the forums that are under the title: Food and Cooking Forums.
Not in the professional forums.
What's wrong with Ed?
Can't culinary students post in the professional forums?
No not really. The pro forums are meant for people who are chefs or cooks. Many people attending culinary school have never worked in a real kitchen yet they are just going to school. The pro forums are really meant for those who get up everyday and go to a restaurant or hotel etc.
BDL Maybe he does not like my feeling and answers re. Culinary Schools?
yeah, whats wrong with ed? is it cuz he's a teacher and your a plebe?...shame on you! don't you have homework to do?
Could be, but then you're not the only one that thinks that way.